Text to Decimal
Text to decimal conversion involves interpreting a string of text as a series of numerical values and then converting those values to decimal (base 10) form.
In most cases, the text to decimal conversion refers to the ASCII to decimal conversion, where each character in the text string is represented by a unique numerical value between 0 and 127 that can be represented in decimal format.
For example, the letter "A" has an ASCII value of 65, which can be represented in decimal as 65.
The process of converting text to decimal involves using an ASCII table to find the numerical value for each character in the text string and then converting those values to decimal format.
For instance, in Python, you can use the
ord(text) function, which takes a character and returns the ASCII value of that character, or by using any web conversion tool like Oumify.
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